Numerical Model of IProTech PIP WEC Device

Abstract

iProTech PIP wave energy converter (WEC) is a slack moored, single hull device with no moving parts in the water, joints or bearings. This submission includes data of the simulation, reports, and code for the iProTech PIP (WEC) project. The organization of the data included in the provided archive is detailed below and in the data description of the archive.

The data teamer-iprotech-nrel folder includes and explains matlab and python code developed to hydrodynamically model the PIP WEC device in WEC-Sim. The subfolders cover the following steps:
1) report: explanatory information on device geometry
2) pip_mesher: python code to generate mesh panels from device profile data
3) wec-sim_models: matlab code to run WEC-Sim
The data uploaded is a snapshot as of 11/02/2121 of code residing in a Github repository administered by David Ogden of NREL.

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Additional Info

DOE Project Name: Testing Expertise and Access for Marine Energy Research
DOE Project Number: EE0008895
DOE Project Lead: Lauren Ruedy
DOI: 10.15473/1832141
Last Updated: 5 months ago
Nov
2021
Data from November, 2021
Submitted Nov 13, 2021

Contact

IProTech


650.465.7555

Status

Awaiting release License 
All Resources Available Feb 8, 2024

Authors

David Ogden
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Jennifer Van Rij
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Raza Ali
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Nick Wynn
IproTech
Nicholas Gray
IproTech

Keywords

TEAMER, WEC-Sim Numerical Model, PIP Pitching Inertial Pump, IProTech, wave energy capture, WEC, python, code, MATLAB, model, PTO, simulation, WEC-SIM, Active-PTO, geometry, geometry investigation, PTO-SIM

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